Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is easily one of the most anticipated movies of the next few years, and with principal photography wrapped earlier this month, fans are eagerly awaiting more information about this DC Comics superhero adventure. We still don't have any confirmed story details as of yet, and the only footage we've seen came from Comic-Con this summer, where Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) were seen squaring off against each other. During an interview with Collider, Weta Digital's Joe Letteri, who is currently working on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, was asked if he had any part in the Comic-Con footage. The VFX artist revealed that he did not, but he did tease a "self-contained sequence."
"No, we're doing a completely different sequence. The sequence we're doing is sort of self-contained, and I don't think you've seen any of that yet. It is a stand-alone sequence, and I think you'll be able to pick it out, when you do see it."
Naturally, Joe Letteri wouldn't divulge any further details about the scene, but if fans will be able to "pick it out," it certainly seems that it will be one of the more memorable sequences in this superhero adventure. Of course, just because Joe Letteri didn't work on the Comic-Con footage doesn't mean that he isn't involved in perhaps a different sequence that shows Batman and Superman engaging in battle. What "self-contained" scene could it be? It's anyone's guess at this point, but stay tuned for more details on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, arriving in theaters March 25, 2016.